The Golden Bowl - Volume One, Book First, Chapters 2-3 Summary & Analysis

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Volume One, Book First, Chapters 2-3 Summary

During his discussion with Fanny, the Prince admits the fear that his upcoming marriage brings to him. The Prince promises not to run away from the monster of his marriage as long as Fanny promises to help guide him along the way. He shares with her his fear that he will someday do something wrong without even being aware that what he is doing is wrong. He believes Fanny can steer him clear of these possible wrongs. The Prince tells Fanny he believes her moral sense is much stronger than his own.

Throughout their talk, the Prince feels as if Fanny is ill at ease about something. He finally questions her about this feeling and Fanny tells him that his old friend Charlotte Stant is in town. Like Fanny, the Prince is also...

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